Entries by hunt.admin

How to Hold a Trout

How to Hold a Trout “All of the Keep ‘Em Wet campaigns and the Ketchum Release tools will not stop anglers from reaching into the water and lifting their prize,” writes Domenick Swentosky. “It’s a desire to complete the act, to finish the catch, an instinct to hold the creature that we set out to capture.” But there […]

Video Hatch: “Birds Nest Caddis Fly Tying Tutorial”

Video Hatch: “Birds Nest Caddis Fly Tying Tutorial” In this tying tutorial from The Fly Fiend, learn to tie the Birds Nest Caddis. The post Video Hatch: “Birds Nest Caddis Fly Tying Tutorial” appeared first on MidCurrent. ———— The content for this post was sourced from www.MidCurrent.com View the Original Article

Petition to Help BTT Protect Fishing in Florida

Petition to Help BTT Protect Fishing in Florida Good fisheries depend on good habitat, and the Bonefish and Tarpon Trust is working hard to restore coastal habitat in Florida. Help them by signing this petition and express your support for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) to collaborate with Bonefish & Tarpon Trust […]

Miss Mayfly Women’s Fishing and Wading Gear

Miss Mayfly Women’s Fishing and Wading Gear Miss Mayfly Women’s Fishing and Wading Gear makes gear exclusively designed for women. On June 14, 2019 they are launching an Indigogo crowd-funding campaign to bring additional products to the women’s consumer market. To learn more about the fundraising campaign and products, visit their project site. The post […]

New Study to Explore Perceptions of Recreational Fishing

New Study to Explore Perceptions of Recreational Fishing Researchers at the University of Massachusetts Amherst are looking for survey participants to help gather information about what people think of recreational fishing and catch-and-release practices. The survey includes questions as well as responses to catch-and-release images from social media. Survey participants will be entered in a […]

The Summer Hunter

The Summer Hunter (Editor’s Note: This is the first in a series of posts by Ashley Peters. Ashley is relatively new to the hunting and fishing world, and we’ve been working with her since the early days of her inquiry. In this series she’ll share thoughts and perspectives of a new hunter in hopes of […]

Brown Folks Fishing is Breaking Barriers in the Fly-Fishing Industry

Brown Folks Fishing is Breaking Barriers in the Fly-Fishing Industry Orvis has announced Tracy Nguyen-Chung, the founder of Brown Folks Fishing, as the winner of the 2019 Breaking Barriers Award. “This award is given to an individual who has gone above and beyond to bring new people into the sport of fly fishing,” remarked Simon […]

Gear Essentials for Small Streams

Gear Essentials for Small Streams With spring storms and runoff, small streams can still hold good fishing opportunities. In this article, Dan Zazworsky outlines gear essentials for fishing these smaller waters. Via Postfly Box. The post Gear Essentials for Small Streams appeared first on MidCurrent. ———— The content for this post was sourced from www.MidCurrent.com […]

Skagit River Steelhead Season in Jeopardy

Skagit River Steelhead Season in Jeopardy Due to Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife budget cuts, the popular catch and release steelhead season on the Skagit river may be cut. “Sustainable angling is a powerful tool for building support for conservation,” said Rich Simms, Wild Steelhead Coalition co-founder and boardmember. “While we recognize the difficult […]

Video Hatch: “Fly Fusion Cast Like a Pro Series: #8 Hauling”

Video Hatch: “Fly Fusion Cast Like a Pro Series: #8 Hauling” In this episode of the Cast Like a Pro series from Scientific Anglers and Fly Fusion Magazine, Bruce Richards demonstrates how to haul line and expand the reach of your cast. The post Video Hatch: “Fly Fusion Cast Like a Pro Series: #8 Hauling” […]